Tinder Growth Engineering with Alex Ross

Tinder is a popular dating app where each user swipes through a sequence of other users in order to find a match. Swiping left means you are not interested. Swiping right means you would like to connect with the person. The simple premise of Tinder has led to massive growth, and the app is now also used to discover new friends and create casual meetings. Every social network knows–if youContinue reading...

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S1:EP6 – How to ace a technical interview (La Vesha Parker, Tiffany Peon)

Developers La Vesha Parker (Etsy) and Tiffany Peon (New York Times) break down each part of the technical interview process, giving you examples and explanations of exactly what they’re looking for.

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Brave Browser with Jonathan Sampson

Online advertising enables free content and services of the Internet. One of the free services that is powered by advertising is the browser. 60% of web browsing is done through Chrome, which is owned by Google, which is powered by advertising. The application that most of us use to explore the web is made by a company that relies on ads, so it is unsurprising that the default of thatContinue reading...

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DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Communications Expert

DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Communications Expert

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143: Optimizing a Database

Chris and Tim Sabat talk about struggles you can have with a growing database - keeping lookup times down, paging issues, and dealing with metadata.

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Deep Learning Systems with Milena Marinova

The applications that demand deep learning range from self-driving cars to healthcare, but the way that models are developed and trained is similar. A model is trained in the cloud and deployed to a device. The device engages with the real world, gathering more data. That data is sent back to the cloud, where it can improve the model. From the processor level to the software frameworks at the topContinue reading...

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SE-Radio Episode 303: Zachary Burt on Freelancing as a Career Option

Felienne interviews Zachary Burt about freelancing as a career option. How does freelancing differ from employment? How to do personal marketing and sales? How to find a work-life balance when you are self-employed? We also cover practical tips like deciding on an hourly rate and managing demanding customers. Related Links   Code for Cash The […]

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Spotify Event Delivery with Igor Maravic

Spotify is a streaming music company with more than 50 million users. Whenever a user listens to a song, Spotify records that event and uses it as input to learn more about the user’s preferences. Listening to a song is one type of event–there are hundreds of others. Opening the Spotify app, skipping a song, sharing a playlist with a friend–all of these are events that provide valuable insights toContinue reading...

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DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Expanding Perspective

DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Expanding Perspective

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Episode 129: What Happened

<h2>Links</h2> <p><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs" rel="nofollow">Maslow’s Hierarchy Needs</a></p> <h2>Picks</h2> <h3>Jason</h3> <ul> <li><a href="https://www.agilealliance.org/resources/sessions/introduction-to-devops-with-chocolate-lego-and-scrum-game/" rel="nofollow">The DevOps Lego Chocolate Game</a> - a great way to learn about DevOps practices and how to apply them on your team</li> <li><a href="http://www.teamfirstdevelopment.com/" rel="nofoll

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